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MapleStory M: How to Turn On Auto Quest and What it Does

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MapleStory M: How to Turn On Auto Quest and What it Does

How to Turn on Auto Quest in MapleStory M

MapleStory M is pretty funny in that there is a lot of ways built-in where you can avoid playing the game entirely if you want and just let the game play itself. Right at the start, you’ll get taught about auto quest. Auto quest does exactly what it sounds like. When turned on, your character will control itself, and complete quests for you. It will move to where it’s supposed to go, kill enemies if they need to, and then return back to the quest giver to complete the quest. They only thing you need to do is keep the dialogue moving.

To turn on auto quest in MapleStory M in case you forgot how, all you need to do is tap the quest you want to automatically do. So on the top left corner, you’ll see all of your active quests and the level requirement. If you tap it, it will turn on auto quest. Cancel it, and you’ll return back to the start of the zone that you’re in. At that point you can then resume the quest yourself if you want.

Unlike auto battle, there are no restrictions for auto quest. You can use it as much as you want and literally have the feature complete all MapleStory M quests for you if that’s what you want to do. It’s helpful if you want to focus on something else, but want to keep progressing in MapleStory M. Auto battle is similar, but it’s more of a farming/leveling tool that will kill everything around you for a while. You get two hours of auto battle per day after reaching level 20, and when you run out, you need to buy more time if you want to keep going.

That’s all for how to turn on auto quest in MapleStory M. Be sure to search Twinfinite for more guides, tips, tricks and FAQs answered.

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Ed has been a proud member of the Twinfinite staff since 2014. He plays everything on everything but is particularly fond of JRPGs, MMOs, and sports. He holds a B.A. in history and political science and a M.S. in education all from the University at Albany.

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